FIACONA welcomes the comments made by the White House in regards to the violence against Christians in India.
Feb 22 FIACONA
FIACONA thanks the White House for agreeing that there is a serious problem for Christians in Modi's India. This is indeed a good first step to addressing the problem. FIACONA also cautions President Trump about validating or praising Modi in public for any short-term trade benefits. It amounts to rewarding a bad behavior. We must know that there will be no India to trade with if people like Modi are prodded and their bad behavior is validated. President trump must see the gravity of the situation in South Asia and restrain from encouraging Modi’s bad behavior
The White House says, Presdient will raise the issue of Religious violence in India during his trip.
Feb 22, Deccan Cronicle
President Donald Trump will raise the issue of religious freedom with prime minister Narendra Modi during his visit to India that is starting on February 24, the White House said on Friday.
This is not very good news for India because there have been several instances of BJP ministers such as Giriraj Kishore speaking out on why Muslims should not have stayed on in India after 1947, and several cases of sedition cases being filed against Muslim or Christian protesters in some states, especially Karnataka in recent weeks.As usual, this advance intimation of U.S. intent came in ...
FIACONA urges President Trump to show his support to thousands of Victims of Mr. Modi's foot soldiers. FIACONA urges the President to make his comments in public as opposed to making any sugarcoated comments in private.
Feb 22 FIACONA
PRESIDENT TRUMP MUST INFORM HIS INDIAN COUNTERPART THAT INDISCRIMINATE DEPORTATIONS OF AMERICAN CHRISTIANS FROM INDIA MUST STOP IMMEDIATELY.
FIACONA SUGGESTS THAT PRESIDENT MUST BE WILLING TO SHOW HIS RESOLVE TO IMPOSE RECIPROCITY SHOULD SUCH DEPORTATIONS AND REFUSAL OF VISAS TO AMERICAN CHRISTIANS CONTINUE.